Do you require your tenants to carry renter’s insurance in your lease? Do you enforce it? Your tenants can go out in the open insurance market and purchase an annual renter’s insurance policy by paying a couple months of premium … Read More
After an active 2017, the state of the habitational insurance market is at perhaps its most volatile point in close to a decade. With three major hurricanes (Harvey, Irma and Maria) and the California mudslides causing damage into the billions, … Read More
Turnkey operators have unique needs when it comes to how they insure their property investment portfolio. Whether it’s deciding to carry property and liability insurance (or liability only) or determining what building value is sufficient, turnkey operators need an insurance … Read More
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You should work directly with an independent broker that specializes in insuring residential rental properties (apartments, single family rentals, duplexes, triplexes…etc.). Be sure that the broker represents multiple insurance companies that specifically want … Read More
Understanding the difference between Flood, Water Damage and Sewer Back-Up is a common area of confusion for any real estate investor. Which covers what exposure? How can I purchase these coverages if they are excluded from my current policy?
Flood… Read More
This one chapter excerpt of the original presentation will help debunk a common myth about policies and coverage options that are avaible for real estate investors. It will provide truths regarding coverages you need to best protect your investment properties. … Read More